West Norfolk rail passengers urged to comment on rail policing

Rail passengers in West Norfolk are being urged to have their say on how the rail network is policed.

British Transport Police (BTP) have launched an online survey of public views of the concerns they may have about travelling on the railway network.

Crime on the rail network has fallen for the 10th successive year and BTP chief constable Paul Crowther said: “We are committed to getting passengers to their destination safely, and making sure rail staff are safe at work.”

The survey, called Railway Policing: What matters to you, can be completed at www.btp.police.uk/survey.aspx.